Jennifer A. Wolfe

Jennifer A. Wolfe

Jennifer A. Wolfe, PhD, is an associate professor of mathematics education at the University of Arizona. She has taught a variety of courses, facilitated professional development workshops for K–12 prospective and in-service teachers, and most recently co-developed a middle-grades summer lab school with a local school district.

 

Jennifer A. Wolfe

Jennifer A. Wolfe, PhD, is an associate professor of mathematics education at the University of Arizona. She has taught a variety of courses, facilitated professional development workshops for K–12 prospective and in-service teachers, and most recently co-developed a middle-grades summer lab school with a local school district where teachers could observe the modeling of equitable teaching practices.

Dr. Wolfe is a University of Arizona AAU Undergraduate STEM Teaching Excellence Award winner for her efforts to effectively implement research-based equitable teaching practices for engaging students in challenging mathematics through collaborative group work.

She is a member of and serves or has served on the program committee for the Association for Mathematics Teacher Educators, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, and the Psychology of Mathematics Education–North American Chapter. She currently serves as co-editor for the Informing Practice Department of the Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School journal.

Dr. Wolfe holds a bachelor of science and a master of arts in mathematics, and a PhD in mathematics education from the University of Kentucky.

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Presentation titles by Jennifer A. Wolfe

  • Working Together: Building Mathematical Knowledge for Teaching through Equitable Teaching Practices
  • Learning to Facilitate Group Work through Complex Instruction
  • Leveraging Student Work to Orchestrate Productive Mathematical Discourse
  • Task Design for Engaging Students in Productive Perseverance
  • Teaching Tensions When Scaffolding Students’ Work in a Problem-Based Lesson